Fender Custom Shop

The Fender Custom Shop is renowned for housing Fender's most skilled and talented builders. It is where craftsmanship, passion, and innovation converge to produce instruments that transcend the ordinary and become something truly extraordinary.

Ready to spec out your perfect Fender?

While we have a lot of in-stock Custom Shop guitars to choose from, you may have seen one that's close to your ideal guitar, but maybe you'd prefer a different neck carve, color, or pickup type, for example. Let's fix that! Whether you're thinking of a build that's truly one-of-a-kind, or simply tweaking a few specs on an existing model, we're here to help guide you through the process. Think of it as creating your own signature model. If this sounds appealing, to start, have a look at the Fender Custom Shop Design Guide, then contact us with any questions or to get a quote.

The Ordering Process

1. Choose Your Build Level | 2.Choose Your Base Model | 3.Choose Your Aging Level | 4. Choose Your Specs | 5. Contact Us For Your Quote

Masterbuilt Level

From the initial concept to the final touches, a Master Builder will personally oversee every step of your instrument's build. This ensures that the instrument not only meets the highest standards of quality, but also embodies the unique qualities and characteristics that you're seeking.

Team Built Level

A Team Built Custom Shop guitar lets you define your ideal instrument. Begin with a base model and choose from Fender's vast selection of options to customize it as little or as much as you want to meet your personal needs, aesthetic taste and playing style.

Previously Sold Examples

Ron Thorn Masterbuilt '61 Strat Desert Sunset Relic
Masterbuilt Eric Johnson "Virginia" Stratocaster
Paul Waller Masterbuilt Snakehead Tele
Jason Smith Masterbuilt Michael Landau '57 Strat
Carlos Lopez Masterbuilt '55 Tele
Custom Shop '51 Nocaster Walter Becker Owned
Masterbuilt Apprentice Hardtail '63 Strat
Paul Waller Masterbuilt Carved Top Tele Shoreline Gold
Jason Smith Masterbuilt Bass Arctic White 1 of 1

Fender Factory Tour | 1959